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THE CHANGING FACE OF INDONESIAN HOSPITALITY Assessment Indonesia has made remarkable progress since the 1998 economic and political crisis. It is the largest economy in Southeast Asia, with a vibrant, pluralistic democracy and important success in reducing poverty. Indonesia has weathered the more recent global ﬁnancial crisis relatively unscathed and is enjoying increasing investor conﬁdence and the beneﬁts of recent movements in commodity prices. As a member of the G-‐20 and the 2011 chair of Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), Indonesia has assumed an increasingly important role regionally and globally. Major challenges remain, however, in sustaining growth, strengthening poverty reduction and addressing environmental sustainability. To reach its potential, Indonesia needs to press forward with reforms to rapidly build the capacity of its institution in creating employment opportunities and upgrading skills, improving public services and infrastructure, and reducing the legacy of corruption. Today, Indonesia is a landscape of opportunity, with a population of 260 million. Even though more than 33 million Indonesians currently live below the poverty line and approximately half of all households remain clustered around the national poverty line. Despite these conditions, Indonesia continues to post signiﬁcant economic growth. Indonesia Overview As of April 2013, the country’s economy is expected to grow by 5.9 percent in 2013 and increase to about 6 percent in 20.4 Labor Force : 135 million (est) By Occupation: Services: 49.6% (est) Asia Paciﬁc Investment trends, project Jakarta as Asia top destination for infrastructure….Read More.
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